Correspondence analysis E Beh, R Lombardo Theory, paractice and new strategies, 2014 | 359 | 2014 |

Simple correspondence analysis: a bibliographic review EJ Beh International Statistical Review 72 (2), 257-284, 2004 | 231 | 2004 |

Manipulating the alpha level cannot cure significance testing D Trafimow, V Amrhein, CN Areshenkoff, CJ Barrera-Causil, EJ Beh, ... Frontiers in psychology 9, 699, 2018 | 112 | 2018 |

Simple correspondence analysis of ordinal cross‐classifications using orthogonal polynomials EJ Beh Biometrical Journal 39 (5), 589-613, 1997 | 86 | 1997 |

Theory & Methods: Partitioning Pearson’s Chi‐Squared Statistic for a Completely Ordered Three‐Way Contingency Table EJ Beh, PJ Davy Australian & New Zealand Journal of Statistics 40 (4), 465-477, 1998 | 59 | 1998 |

A comparative study of scores for correspondence analysis with ordered categories EJ Beh Biometrical Journal: Journal of Mathematical Methods in Biosciences 40 (4 …, 1998 | 49 | 1998 |

Elliptical confidence regions for simple correspondence analysis EJ Beh Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference 140 (9), 2582-2588, 2010 | 48 | 2010 |

Non-symmetric correspondence analysis with ordinal variables using orthogonal polynomials R Lombardo, EJ Beh, L D’Ambra Computational Statistics & Data Analysis 52 (1), 566-577, 2007 | 48 | 2007 |

Theory & Methods: Partitioning Pearson's Chi‐squared Statistic for Singly Ordered Two‐way Contingency Tables EJ Beh Australian & New Zealand journal of statistics 43 (3), 327-333, 2001 | 47 | 2001 |

Partitioning a non-symmetric measure of association for three-way contingency tables EJ Beh, B Simonetti, L D’Ambra Journal of Multivariate Analysis 98 (7), 1391-1411, 2007 | 45 | 2007 |

CATANOVA for two-way contingency tables with ordinal variables using orthogonal polynomials L D'Ambra, EJ Beh, P Amenta Communications in Statistics—Theory and Methods 34 (8), 1755-1769, 2005 | 43 | 2005 |

A genealogy of correspondence analysis EJ Beh, R Lombardo Australian & New Zealand Journal of Statistics 54 (2), 137-168, 2012 | 40 | 2012 |

The information in aggregate data DG Steel, EJ Beh, RL Chambers Ecological Inference: New Methodological Strategies, 51-68, 2004 | 40 | 2004 |

Theory & Methods: Partitioning Pearson’s chi‐squared statistic for a partially ordered three‐way contingency table EJ Beh, PJ Davy Australian & New Zealand Journal of Statistics 41 (2), 233-246, 1999 | 40 | 1999 |

Simple and multiple correspondence analysis for ordinal-scale variables using orthogonal polynomials R Lombardo, EJ Beh Journal of Applied Statistics 37 (12), 2101-2116, 2010 | 39 | 2010 |

Correspondence analysis of aggregate data: The 2× 2 table EJ Beh Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference 138 (10), 2941-2952, 2008 | 35 | 2008 |

An introduction to correspondence analysis EJ Beh, R Lombardo John Wiley & Sons, 2021 | 34 | 2021 |

A European perception of food using two methods of correspondence analysis EJ Beh, R Lombardo, B Simonetti Food quality and preference 22 (2), 226-231, 2011 | 33 | 2011 |

Towards a better understanding of correlation JCW Rayner, EJ Beh Statistica Neerlandica 63 (3), 324-333, 2009 | 28 | 2009 |

Ecological inference techniques: an empirical evaluation using data describing gender and voter turnout at New Zealand elections, 1893–1919 IL Hudson, L Moore, EJ Beh, DG Steel Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series A: Statistics in Society 173 …, 2010 | 27 | 2010 |